As usual, Uncle George knocks it out of the park.
"This position led him to the rather startling conclusion that “human dignity cannot be taken away.” He first made an analogy to slavery, arguing that the government’s allowance of slavery did not strip anyone of their dignity. He then added to that this analogy:
“Those held in internment camps did not lose their dignity because the government confined them.”
As one of the survivors of the Japanese American internment, I feel compelled to respond."
It's well worth the read.